The Right Rev. Dr. Trevor Alexander was born in Romford, Essex, in England. He and his wife the Rev. Dr. Emma Alexander, have three wonderful girls. Bishop Trevor retired from the U.S. Army in 1995. Bishop Trevor holds an undergraduate degree from the University of the Incarnate Word, in Psychology (holding an emphasis on family) and Religious Studies, along with a Master of Arts degree in Pastoral Ministry from Oblate School of Theology, a Doctor of Divinity Degree from St. Thomas Christian College & Seminary, Jacksonville, Florida, and is currently working on another Post Doctorate in Christian Counseling, Bread of Life Theological Seminary, San Antonio, Texas.
Bishop Alexander is currently serving at the University of Incarnate Word for almost 24 years, as the Protestant Chaplain and Adjunct Faculty. Amongst his other accomplishments he is the Senior Pastor of True Vine Church and the Southwest Texas Regional Bishop for the Kingdom Council of Interdependent Christian Churches & Ministries.
Bishop Trevor has published serval articles on matters pertaining to the African American community and has presented in numerous conferences, locally, nationally, and internationally. On February 15, 2016, he was inducted into the San Antonio Black Worship Hall of Fame. During the month of February in 2018, Bishop was recognized by the University of the Incarnate Word, Black History Month Committee, with the Alumni of Distinction Ward. He recently completed a 4-year term of as the Vice President for the United State Catholic Mission Association (USCMA) and is continuing to serve the Association. He is a Dr. King Scholar and has published serval article on Dr. Kings Beloved Community.